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Category Archives: italy
After two and a half years, we are leaving Rome and heading back to the U.S. The time spent here has been enriching – both personally and professionally – but it is time to hit that open road. Neil Young … Continue reading
I recently traveled to Naples for a short weekend, and found the city to be the pulsing beat of Italy’s immense heart, or maybe it is the heart attack…More on that soon. There is so much of Naples that reminds … Continue reading
What Makes a Pizza Master.
da best. do i need to say more?
Sicily is a unique place to say the least. We recently traveled to the Northwest and through the interior for 5 days. Lovely time of year to be there – lots of wild flowers and the Easter processions are totally … Continue reading
I have been a bit delinquent in posting food photos while living here in Italy. My friend in Seattle pointed out to me that on my photo site, she never sees any photos of me (not going to happen) or … Continue reading
I cooked meatballs the other day, one of my other favorite foods from childhood. They are tasty morsels, and it reminded me of an episode of Strangers with Candy when Noblet gives Jerri Blank a “career test” in which the … Continue reading